fbpx
50 F
Annapolis
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Home Education School New Maryland teacher evaluations don't fully match new Common Core curriculum

New Maryland teacher evaluations don’t fully match new Common Core curriculum

school-bus-12-03-1024x768By Meg Tully, from MarylandReporter.com

Meg@MarylandReporter.com

Teachers could face salary freezes or eventual firing under a new evaluation system based on results of old tests that don’t match up with the new curriculum they are teaching.

Maryland’s school districts are revamping their teacher evaluation guidelines as required by the Maryland State Department of Education. The new standards were required to finish receiving $250 million in federal Race to the Top Funds, which call for greater teacher accountability.

At the same time, the state is implementing a new curriculum – Common Core, a state-led effort to make curriculum across the United States more uniform. (See separate story) It has been controversial in some states because of objections to a national curriculum, but Maryland educators seem to be embracing the new curriculum.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Tips From our Sponsors

Stay Connected

8,086FansLike
2,238FollowersFollow
1,116FollowersFollow
4,139FollowersFollow

Most Read